If your marriage breaks-up or you separate from a partner, you may be emotionally charged at a time when it is necessary for you to make major decisions involving you, your children and your assets. Whether it be a divorce that you are seeking, or whether you wish to determine matters of child custody and access, child support, spousal support and the division of property, Perry & Power has the experience to guide you through the process and to ensure that every step of the way you have the right advice to help you make the unfortunate, but necessary, decisions.
It may be that you are about to move in with your partner and you wish to plan for the orderly division of property and the payment of support in the event of separation or death. In that case, we can help you negotiate and prepare a cohabitation agreement.
Whether it be a cohabitation agreement, separation agreement or appearances in court, call the St. John’s family lawyers at Perry & Power to discuss what services we can provide to you.